YMCA officials gave NewsChannel 15 an early look inside the new branch.
The boy is shown struggling with a woman identified as his principal. She’s later shown holding a large paddle.
It offers hiking, hayrides, biking and boating, activities for kids and local bands.
Getting involved in the city’s bike-share program is as simple as downloading an app.
April Marie Tinsley was abducted April 1, 1988, from her south-central Fort Wayne neighborhood. She was found dead three days later.
An officer tells NewsChannel 15 the man was sitting on the sidewalk when he heard shots, ducked for cover and was hit in the lower leg.
Masters of Cosmetology students were left thousands of dollars in debt in a loan scheme that cost the government $.2.9 million dollars.
Power was restored to more than 2,300 I&M customers after the company had an equipment problem.
The quake shook the Kumamoto region at 1:25 a.m. Saturday. On Thursday night the area was hit by a magnitude 6.5 quake that left nine dead and more than 800 injured.
Indiana State Police have said the man charged deputies in a “highly agitated manner” after being struck with several charges from a stun gun and ignoring officers’ verbal commands.
A small Wesleyan church in Logansport is home to the low-cost clinic that has handled more than 600 cases for clients seeking documented status or working toward naturalization as a U.S. citizen.
In order to make the move, the library needs to pay its first three years of rent upfront.
Jurors convicted William Gholston, 48, last month for the August 2014 slaying of high school student Dominique Allen, a freshman who dreamed of becoming a model.
This year’s anniversary represents the first since bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was sentenced to death last June.
The charge comes after a man developed an infection from being kicked in the testicles during a robbery in 2013.
The recall covers certain model 1500 pickups from the 2014 and 2015 model years. GM says a steel cable that connects the belts to the trucks can wear and separate over time.
Dr. Cortney Schwartz’s license was initially suspended in November of 2015 after he had admitted to having sexual relations with multiple patients.
About 286,000 alpacas have died annually in recent years due to the lack of food.
Indiana University’s former student ethics director won’t face criminal charges following a Texas investigation into sexual assault allegations that prompted his resignation.
A man charged with raping a 17-year-old girl and an 18-year-old woman accused of livestreaming the assault with a social media app have pleaded not guilty in Ohio.